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VYr present to oar rearer Ibe tail of tb
Reciprocny Treat v. as tesnir..he.t to San Fran
risco. and which, al lb late. JaJ from Wasbinf
toe. Bad bcvo approrvJ by tee Senate iVMamittew
01 F.wifn Affair, aod awaited the rali6calioo of
ibe Senate aoJ linear of foprnlalivfa. It
a feared thai tbe Senate woald be ana hie to
act on it befjre the terra inatior of I he eeavion.
a beg ooe-lbird of lb,- Senator vacate their seat
ami sire place to twe-olv fire new members.
to What effect this change in tha complexion of
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at lb. Id- .oat iw " orp on 119 aruoa aaaa taBB aTwBT
before it at the extra eeaeioo. which as-
Marcb j. oo one here can v But
j atari at, from the fact I bat patsiic opinion in
America it extremelT favorable to it rat ScatK-n,
and that Mr. (.'ox oce of the IVmocralic leaders
in Ooacrraa. baa rireo the aafi ranee that bit
part J ail: rapport it. thick tbat tbe c bailee
which bare taken placa in Confrcw are favorable
to lU adoption. Several of its strongest op
ponent in both boase of Coucre. hare retired, icmal decoration.
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The vv- 4 ' Hits vital ara Intilt in the
I jam lt0, dttrin,: the rcipi of Kamchamcha
I V ., to wbom arith his tneen. Emma, in honor
, of which laJv the inatitBtion narnetl, the
! pnhlh; owe the founding of this rot useful
J Batibliihliunt. Alth.Migh since its existence,
j the ex(a'tditure of tbe hcspila has lan nx-t
' chiefly by lepslatire prvt8iot. we cannot but
j Kok back in pleasant memory to the t-ersonal
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enona oi rtaiiHMianicna it. aiai ins tviistn,
which jrave birth t.- the insutution. The nian
agcmcnl is in tin.' hands of a hoard ensisting
, : !w, ; :ri: , , ,.f wb..in are aHitittil
by pveninn-nt. antl ten are chriaen from amoii):
the life roemlaTS. The King is president of
the board. The institution beiru: essentially
one of charity it is tnair.lv supported by pov-
emment appropriation, the veariv expetR.iture
amounting u Ivtween ten and eleven thousand
dollars. The tital number of patients treated
at the Kxpital during the past three years is
as M . wa : For lsT'J, 451 ; for 1S7S, 5SI : ami
for 1S7-I. fSJ. Of these respective tears the
number of foreiirtiers were as follows : For
1T-. 56 : 1S73. t!i; 1S74, 67.
The buildim-, lueasurim- one hundred feet
by fifty, is built of coral stone, havinj; ntmy
verandas running the entire length of the front.
In architecture it is neat and substantial, with
more pretensions to internal comfort than ex-
It contains in all thirteen
re-nin Interna! ; tha evidently dkl not know tbat
a hath Hawaiian gnu ot coffee sugar baa been
known In tba Baa Francisco market. Tke Stn
Francisco rrSnera are now tttrmptlnff to avoid tbe
effeeti of tbe treaty by coetrartlmg In ajrarce for
tbe a boJr Utaad crop, re, ls to jlre tb planters
two-thirds ol WbatrTer duty Is Ukea off themselves
pproprlailnr the other one third. By this lrrarare
mrnt, no rartur on tbe present cost la to arerae lo
container of the Island product when It come In
free under tb treaty. They will wait, therefore,
with Interevt to tee wbelbrr tbe Iibjodrrl a ho bate
had tbe stirsclty to nefetittr Ibe treaty will tolun.
reliuijnsib an portion of It Wncttla Jite.
The llallraa K.xpo.lilon.
Mr. Bartow, Consul lor Chile has presented
as with a view of the bQiMioy erected at Santi
ago for tbe National Kxposition, which opens
September 16, 1974. and we lake this opportu
nity lo strain urge oar riiixeot to prepare articles
for sending there for exhibition. Tbe govern
ment aud people of Chile urgently desire conlri- i
nation from Hawaii. All articles will be ear- ;
ried at a nominal and low freight, while the
rales of passaga from San Francisco to Valpa- ;
raiso are reduced one third to visitors. All arti-
fui -1 . jrt, titbar apbolturad or earrad, aad eaniagM ;
tax tU ataaasaelarat at ads of a eeabtnaUea of weal,
cetttn, tilk or llaaa.
AkV. S. Tat sr. J tee that trtielet propotad te b
adtaitbrd lata tb ports f tb Fatted Statat of Assar
.'. or lb parti ol th Hawailaa Itlaadt, fra of July
nr. Jer tb Irtt aad see d,I art if la af tb convention,
art tb growth atkkkfketnr. or prodae of tb I'nitrd
Slata of AsasrWa. or of the Hawailaa Itlaadt ratpaa
tivly. shall be astabliibed la tneb rules aad regula
tion! sad raaditioki fur tb proteelio of tb revenue
at lb two liot rrnmenlt Stay, frola list to tia. re-
AkV. 4. No expert Jutv or rbkrgvt tbell b Ira
potrd is the Htaaiiaa Islands or la lb t ailed Statu
upoa any articles prcpoted to be admitted Into the
ports of tbe Failed States or tbe Hawaiian Island!
ander tbe first aad second articles of Ibtt convention.
AkV. i. Tbt present Ceavsatiea shall take steel
at toon as it shall bare been approved and proclaimed
by Hit Mtjrttt. the King of the Hawilan Islands,
aad shall bare bean rattled and daly proclaimed on
th part of tb liovermnteat of th Fnited Slates,
and lb law required to carry It iato operation passed
by tke Congress of tbe Fulled Stales of America,
sueh aitent having been given and th ratincatioas
of th Convention having been rsrbtnged at provided
in Article 6. The Convention shall remain tn force
era should b shipped as early as May. and sent
through Mr. Bartow, who will tee to forwarding : nra years from the date at which it may go into
tbem. Anything sent to tbe exhibition can be j operation, and further ntil Ibe expiration of twelve
sold for tbe benefit of the exhibitor ; but instroc- j nu'bi "r eithr of lb high contracting pattiet
tions should alwavt accotnranv lb roods. Tha b11 Me " ,h oth" of hu wi,u ,u '"in
and their place have been taken by others who
are freeh from the people, and 1 1 is lo be hoped
will reflect and carry oat tbe popular seotimeol.
as expressed in tbe folloaing lines from a New
York paper : Reciprocity with Canada is not
to be tor the present, bat with the Sandwich
Islands it is well ntgb certain. A treaty is ap
proved, on the part of Ibe United Slates, and
rill probably be foiiv ratified by both coautria
within eighteen months."
Tbk tkcaty itself, when we come to examine
its details, is so dearly partial to American in
terests, that some may feel disappointed that
more hat not been secured for us. For icstaoce.
wool ud coffee, for though tbe latter is now free,
it may not sia-ay be to Bat il mast be borne
in mind that the chief object of the treaty is to
encourage the sugar interval, which is and mast
continue to be oar main resource and industry.
AU other articles included in it are merely inci
dental, and of comparatively leas value. It is
framed to pipab.'y tc ibe interest of the United
Slates, and mutt so clearly insure to her the ex
clusive monopoly of our import trade, during it
BlBMBBxe. thai we do not wonder at itt poDulanlv
in America. Tbe protest of tbe San Francisco
laasBtn. which we insert eisewbere. wiil deteat
Ihw object for which it was presented, by lU
grossly -exaggerated statements ; while its cou
cluding admission, that "thocld the considera
tion of over shadowing national requirements
r oder it politic to sanction reciprocity, we
earnestly trust tbat the treaty will be so framed
j rooms, which are large and airy, ten of which
are ihc sick wards, the remaining three being
j the parlor, dispensary ami private apartment
I of the pBrveyor. The sick-wards are each I
fitted with iron bedstead and ireoetutary furni- I
ture for ten patients, so that the institution is I
capable of furnishing accommodation for one
hundred persons. In Kissing through the
building, it is very pleasant to see the strict
regard for cleanliness and proper ventilation
w hi h s.v:i!s t. (':A.tde the whole, ami the or
der and method of all arrangements. No small
share of credit is due to the physician. K. Mc
Kibbii'. Jr.. and his assistant. Mr. Toel. for the
extremely tidy and orderly appearance of the
The grounds surrounding the hospital en
close atout fifteen acres in area, and were a
grant from government. They are neatly and
regularly- laid out with a great variety ami
number of useful and ornamental plants, which
are all in a flourishing condition, the garden
affording not only ornament to the town, but a
most grateful resort among its umbrageous
foliage and neatlv laid walks, for the conva-
Prasidenl ot this exhibition give Ibe assurance
lhat every krticle sent there will find a ready
sale, aad in many instances may create a demand
For March are quite attractive, and will b
eagerly read. The .xtfiiHftc is well filled with or
iginal articles. At leading, may be mentioned
- Taxation without Jurisdiction Unconstitu
tional," by David A. Wells, who it certainly
not a friend to oar reciprocity treaty nor to Ha- i Jw 0f our Lord. 1S7S
wan nei.) the third part of Mark 1 wain's " OM
i on the Mississippi. " and the third part of
The John Brown Campaign in Virginia." by F. !
B. Sanborn : and " Hoppin's Keview of Histori
Scribxer's MjnMfi has over twenty articles
prepared for its pages. Dr. Holland's serial con
tinues as alto do tbt papers on Ibe canyons of ; lht tre,,y.
loioraao. me lauer netng proiasely tMustraliHl
One of the roost pleasing articles is an illustrated
one entitled. " I ji Fontaine and his Fables."
Tbe editoriil pages are, as BBmai, very lull and j
varied, and the illustrations well executed.
I.tppixevtt's .tfia-'iae is an exceedingly fresh !
and vigorous number and is profusely illustrated,
last two articles of most interest to tbe msss of
readers are An escape from Siberia." and
" Australian Scenes and Advenlnres." both illus
trated. Charles Warren Stoddard has a paper.
the sauie. each of th high contracting parties being
at liberty to give tuch notice to the other at the end
said term of seven tears, or at any titn before or
Aar. 0. Tb present convention shall be daly rati
fied, and tbe ratifications exchanged at Washington
City within eighteen months from th date thereafter,
or earlier if possible.
In faith whereof, tb respective phrnlpotentikrlet of
the high contracting partiet hive signed the present
canon, and have amied thereto their sealt. Pone in
duplicate at Wa-hington. th 30th of Januaty. in lb
1 MB. fXlAKl't l-AVTV KB, AT TBB LtCBOM. By In
vitation of T. M. V, A. toll gntlan dvllvered a
moat lateraatlnc Irctar oa Mtcroailt, th Bald at
hi abort daring the past tweaty years. Ha ap
pear to have most thoroughly read all tb old book
of voyage related to t hat part of tb world. II at
remarkabla feet that, of all th Island of Ihts
great ocean, those ot Micronesia were Ural dweoear
ed by Magellan. In 1.V31. After passing through
the strait, near Cape Horn, Magellan steered ha
Bret across Ihlt broad ocean, bat without discover
ing an Inhabited Utaad. 1 wo small uninhabited
Island were seen. When croealng tha line, or
cruising In tbat region, b not, , down la his journal,
that tbe sea waa FtclMC. That la the Bra! applica
tion ol tbe term to any part of this scan Tha
Inhabited itlandt Brat vltllrd by Magellan's fleet
were Ibe Ladrone. to called, because th aallrc
stoic some small article from bt thlpa. The lec
turer traced oat Ibe almilarliy among tb ialaadera
or Micronesia by the similarity of language or dia
lects. His Illustrations conBrm lb theory tbat lb
best of all mclbodt lor tracing the migration of
nations or tribe I to ttady the languagr ordtt
trcis spok.ru by the Inhabitant of ear son part of !
the world. lu tbt reeprct the Ignorant llndrrof I
Polyncala or Micronesia slfortl lltnatratton a apt
and sinking a when Max Muller goe among the
language of India, lor words wulcb were talroduced
lulu tbe Hebrew language lu Ibe dais of Solomon.
Another lecture 1 nnnoanced for the coming Friday I
evening. Any one desirous of becoming tciiaalnled
wltb tbe past and present condition of that moat
interesting part of Ibe Pacific Ocean, will tarely I
avail himself of thl opportanltv lo listen in ibe re
mark of ono who ha spent so many n art among
Ibe Mlcroneslan Islands. Mr. IKsane i a pleasant
speaker. By lb wav, he cloaed hi lecture bv ting
ing "Home, Sweet llame," la tb dialect of tb
Inhabitant rvf .. . r..i,o. ,ir .-M1pe
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Ilsjitv A. P. Cartii.
kUfO NOt to tb Si'Vtle. with tbt
Notice to Creditors.
THE Ullllt or 1111 ENTATK Or
CHKItTtAM Kt K.tKT, of Horauola. ds-i ttaS,
ITubale of thr taat tVUl and leslani'ni of the aaal "hrkv
Uau fKcaart kavai basso xraawsl In the Suiraue I'oart
.... Ute ia.1 .lar of tVoruery. ItTJ. an. I I rltrrs rvslanisnt
. the I ndrrswnnl. MallilUIr 1-ekarl. l ,.
treaty, latter from Pr. Young, Chief of the Buresa
ot Statistics, Secretary Bristow, tbowing stalittict
of the trade between tbe I'nited States and the Hasra
iian Itlandt, and lb latter favort tbe ratification of
ary tsauetl 1
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rr.rrair taart. aatd a laaiaa Bar kha rtaaaat faawaaag tat
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aaal dev. at lass (aaat Baaaa af sat raan a Aeaawaa
lor of CnarL notice la hereto, ttrea aM aad afcre aar aaraat 'n I aa aaaaw aad
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The Hawaiian Treat-.
PBOTCST Or til SIS rBAxCISCO Sl'OAB REFINKRS
aoitssr vn aooi-rtos or th trtv.
leaving patioi.ts. The plants iMnsist chieflv rf
valuable and rare CflfalB. arnl rroticable among ,nJ "BtlkBll iVescolt rypofford a tragic story,
them is a fiiie banyan tree. The curving w alks k"biI' TpalP" describe a trene in tbe Tuscan
art- Iiiayd tm either side with date palms of great Court nBt,er Gr,nJ luke ''I'M. Other telec
variety, which annually vield an abundance of lion9 od contribntiont with the monthly gossip
tap re-ate I'oart.
March 1st Sstatt of W. Johastsa. deceased Be
ere Jaatte Haaajt tl Chaaben. Feciuaa of J. V.
eae of tbt eateaton. for allowance of his ae-
aad rliackarge. Ke.'erravi : -.it Hitler rr
; as to exclnde from importation do'y tree all su
: gars of higher grade than 13 Dulct Standard.
I especially at such interdict could not work preio
I dicta ally to tb planters of Hawaii" it a full
and free admission that the treaty has some
benefit to Hawaiian planters at well at Am
ericas refiner, and will furnish a strong argu
ment in its favor. It it very dear that this re
markabat protect of Ibe refiners will not materi
ally afreet ibe ratseage of ibe treaty.
Ox the 4.h of March ooe-tbird of the Senators
in the American Senate retired twen'.y-fire in
camber and with one or two exceptions their
eat will b occupied by new men. some of
whom hare never held position in Congress.
Of th retiring senators, seventeen were Re
publicans, five Democrats and three were In
dependent. Of tb new ones, eleven are Ke
pobhcaa tod fourteen are Democrat. The
new teDate will stand. 44 Republicans. 18 Demo
crat, and two doubtful, giving ibe lonaer party
a majority of at least 14 out of tbe 74 members.
Among tbe new senators of note, are Governor
Booth of California. Dawes of Massachusetts.
Christiaacy who sopercede Chandler ot Michi
gan : htercao. a very able lawyer, who takes tbe
eat of Fentoo of New York : Barcside who suc
ceeds Sprague of Rhode Itrand : Andrew John
son, who succeeds Brownlow. of Tennessee : and
Cameron, who takes the teat of Carpenter of ,
Wisconsin. These are all able men. not except
ing Andrew Johnson, who has always proved
himself at least a firm and incorruptable states
man in office, which cannot be said of tome who
Rex ra. Aho -Seeing op-a withcat lieeat. Hear! have vacated their seats, and who were couspica-
at tb Court Boas. Hoaefala. on kpratai. FuMdllfv Ofat in Ibe Credit MobUter swindle,
G-agkn P vs. Maeaat Kalapeai aad Lai Tbx late House of Ko preventative in Coo-
BBaajat-ir.gs. neari a: twacs arrea.. jii.g. - .-7 mortar of ahrch a l.roa m.lcrlr.
were Repoblicaus. In the next session, wbsch
i tit Estate Cf Thcpbflas Mtea. deceased
i of fraak Metralf, tb Adaiaislratcr, for a
l tc te'I rtav eatau to pay the debt. The Cocrt
gvaawd the order of BBShj aad ordered the tame tc
takt f lace a; the door cfj. vera ment Uoast. Hoaalala.
aa Satardav aatk day ef atarek. 1:5. aad that aetie
ef th taa be pub lashed three taact is tbe Hawaiian
litrxrra aad JTeoAva Xeatfapert.
Latateof K. tsuuiacd, dee d Heariag en Matter t
report, whaa taa was af proved aad eosiraad.
llrralt t owrt af Uaha.
Beftre Mr. Justice Jn, trUiag as Circuit Jodge.
Jaaaary li Charle Larrtseh vt. F. A. Sehaefer
Actios to recover p estate ioa of land. ABpeal heard
at tb Court Hoax. HoaolaJu. when aastc was ail-
February IJ-HeopiliaBAi vt. Kkipi Damage
Htard at Kaawoh oa appeal from Dittrart JBdge.
Jadguseat for pduatitT aad B4.7S carta.
Res. vt. Kaaiawaawa Damage by eattte. Heard
at K aerobe oa Appeal. Prisoatjr tn traced to fay
fat ef m aad tift cost.
ii ' aa v. Kr f .-C'a- -xga rcu't Beari
at Kaawoh ca appeal. Jadgswat for defendant.
Fbraary :t-Katahi ,k vt. Fas fk Aetata
ef dtaage. Beard at Kabaka oa t:r.. Jadgataat
far aataadaat. CeeU CX.M.
March S Eex vt. Th ittai 6ardaer Ataaalt aad
battery Beard at tb Court Kuas. Beaelal. oa
j The growing popularity of this institution
under its present able management, is worthy
of more than the passing notice we are able to
give it, proving by its history to have been the
most potent factor com-erned in eliminating
from the native mind tlteir ignorant lelief in
, the spiritual origin of disease, and the wretch-
; ed imposture of kahunaism and its attendant
miseries. Its success should prompt the estab
lishment of similar institutions, although upon
a smaller scale, on all the larger islands of the
group, where the patients could be brought
, under the direct control of the physicians sta
tioned on the respective islands. This would
aid more than any other one measure to alleviate
the miseries of the deceased, and to stay the
spread of those diseases which are steadilv
but surely sapping the vitals of the Hawaiian
The si as a r 4 laaae.
The pending Tax and Tariff Bill and the
Hawaiian Reciprocity Treaty taken toarether.
will, if both be adopted, introduce qaite a modi-
aa tbe maganne.
The GaUtjy has an anusntl number of serials,
but the variety ol mailer is folly up lo the stand
ard. Among other articles of interest is one en
titled The Old Time Spirit ; The Strangest
Chapter in the History of New Kngland." Also
in article on " Specie Payments." by Kimball.
"Absolute Malic," by Richard Urunt White. " A
Leaf from Cnwritteo History." which makes
public tome of the relations of Napoleon First to
Canova the Italian sculptor. There is the usual
Scientific Miscellany, and review of current liter
ature. 51 AVcvSoijs for March. Scribner's Illustrated
Washington, M.rch 1st. Claus Sprrckelt. N.
Lnnlug, M. Ehrman, and Herman Mccse, Prcaideuts
of the Sau Francisco tuar refineries, to day for
warded to Representative Lultrrll the following
dcsratch : " The undersigned, retliicra of the I'tci
lie Coast, respectfully direct your attention to tbe
following additional, and lu our opinion cogeut,
reasons why the reciprocity treaty with Ihc Ha
waiian Kingdom should not receive the sanction of
the I'nitrd Stales Senate. The capacity of the Is
land to produce sngar has not been sufficiently ex
plained. I'ndonhtrd authorities tttte positively
tbat tbe Islauds are capable of producing annually
not less than one hundred and fifty million pounds,
or eighty million pounds more than Ihe entire
yearly consumption of the Pacific Coaat, Including
all tbe Slates and Territories west of the Rocky
Mountains. Under Ihe action of reciprocity Ibis
vast amonnt of tmrtr would find It way to San
Francisco and completely shut out Imports from all
other tugar producing countries. Of the 150,000,
000 pound- the Islauda would furnish yearly, thift
Coast woald probably not take more luan 90,000,
(XX) for domestic consumption, and the balance
would find lis way Eaal, where it would very mate
rially Interfere with tbe interests of Eastern re
fineries and those of the Southern planter, coming
In direct competition with them, duty tree. The
II. Mi VI Hill N. defeated.
M the sal.! Kstat to mat
w ho havr claim, aaalnat t
vouchers to th.- un.lrrsaanr
from dale, or they will be I
Itllo. February 10. 1JTV
Hraraar aa real ll at mrmrr ..rurrau raal -a- rharm van. ar saw.
aluiu, allkln alt i iVaUea for three taa I s.as a a. aaa a aha - rtail I a I
laarrrd ilatrtla. ' aaa ami tnaataaJ aMkaaata aaaaa.
Aad It a rnrther rrrtarra im etttataaa ka BBval a ata
i l: T.-l
1-ale.l It.o.J.Orr II 1
realur t U.e Fatal. f
I all afpatl tlsdrhtrtl
tele payment, and all
to present Ihni a-tth
lias arm f at nH.nths
a. rWA.Wt Itt scotx
warrk 1MB. atta.
(! I rr ji mm
J Bt. I. In Prnhaa
WIU.Ha I UBAT. af
IV TIRTI III I mi rio IMt r.D
utKUi and shall
shiprnit. itHirt of
' January. A. p. 17,
lalntirr, aaalnat ARI
Ja . for ihe tern of a
.tpre firr aalf In thr
M I 1
t tv rt.r ih-
mrasrl of winsaaa J
... - . I aaal thai VI
Brplli-ataHi and all
tahalaa. Mar. r. U ts"v
SI I'm 'II (til HI
laltaiaa In riiilau
rlUnrUO:. ..f II l N IN IH. a
Mr. Ju.tlea Jn.l.1. in-lar or
am-a rrf arrtMinta,
. sti JiBKiit bbj aaa.
in taai iVsaatr
it mar raasaa. atat WaVTt BJStT
at 10 a , aark. A. ML, IkBtl IJKB
obttcaaa aha " "
i r.. o Taa al JwaTBaataa
reel ol Ininl
larrhar.. atnl taai aaWlfhaawa f
' rraaBaaf an.1 SUrr taa paWtksa aaal mi aaaa .1 a a
Vni. naantlaa .a tha PVswa aaal Batata a Rttt ill r
Homshii. rraha. wkereta fa asa at ka inn i a (its a
and rhaarr, hinrarlf altt AMk.taM a lhat the aa
II a entered, that FKIHAT
A. tv i art. at taa eikik a a.
I'aaatbata. a the Ceart Mssaaa
Magktin for boy nd girls, is a perfect gem and i duty note paid on Hawaiian sugar I 2
one of tbe best, in all respcts. issued. Tbe illus
trations in the present number are of, a superior
OBtisa into the condition of tbe California
sogar trade. The Bill as passed by the House sn i to contolidkt their commercial inlercourte. bve
Propoaett Xreaty of Brclprwrlly.
The following is tbt fall text of the Treaty, ai teal
to th Senate by President Grant oo the 3d of Febru
ary. Tbe ratted States of America and Hi; Majesty the
King of the Hawaiian ItlanJt, equally animated by
desire to ttrengthen and perpetuate the friendly re-
letioni which have heretrfert eiisted between them
provides tor an increase ol 2.1 per cent, on the
exutinj import duties on lugar. The present
average rates are on raw sugars or refining
grades 40 per cent., and oo refined 57 per cent.
th new rates will be therefore on refi
raw. 50 per cent., and on refined Tl 1
a per ceni.
i far d.raaUsTt. Cotxt 13. 1.
I "will convene in December IsTo. the Democrats
. t . will have 163 oat of the 27 members, or a ma
jority of 24. This may be changed by the elee-
Lewo, March Id.-Ji. Mitch, h wttrij pro, ' COnei cB iE t-!'' ' ptetobBr.
trated. aad hu free, Mat faiatiag tu It U tho.ght d PefhP 10 P"- ' probably th to-
h. tnll h teaptUri te wuhdraw froa th eteettoa ul Ul Dot ba atnally altered. Th Democrats
eoattai La TtpfMrary. 'U of course cboote ibe speaker, and all tbe
Sir Caarlat Lyell was buried ia Wtatsiiatter Abbey olSeert of the lower house, and will have a fair
witb potap. Th grave ia aear thai ef Een Johnson, working majority, but still cannot control a Iwo-
A tarew it jra prevailed ia EagUad. Oa trreni ihird majonty on any qaeauon. The lower bouse
rai ka the .new U very Bht, ul tratr - U BO,etiotvJly the moat powerful branch of
resolved to cnttr into a cunrention for commercial
reciproeily. For this pjrpote the Pretident of th
I'nited States hat conferred full power on Hamilton
Fith. Secretary of Slate, and his Majesty the King of
the Hawaiian Itlandt hit conferred like powers on
the Hon. Elitha H. Allin, Chief-Juitice of tbe Su-
j rrmm r , .t i V . - ' ' . . I. . V . - - I : .
.. , ,,r ... i rcuuiug graoea into me the Privy Council of State, hit M.jeiiy'i Envoy Ex-
United States it nearly 1.500 million pound, j traordinary and MinitterPiecipotenti.ry to th United
and its invoice cost SO millions of dollars, equal States of America.' and the Hon. Henry A. P.Carter,
to a little lest than 5' cents per pound. Upon member of the Privy Council of State, hit Majesty'!
this, an average import daly of 40 percent or 2 sPfial Commitjioner to tbe I'nited Slate of America,
cent per pound produces revenue 32 millions of "d ' J plenipotentiariet having exchanged full
dollars. The proposed increase of 2o per cent I pcWm' "hich ro'"", 10 U io d" form' h""
.honld M, rrrrfta Jit. 1.1 u t0 th
r , . cuMiiiuo ( AkticL 1. For knd la csnttderation of th rights
of dollars, and raise Ihe average duty per pound priri.ege. granted by Bit M.jty. ,h. King of
to .t cents. 1 he cost of this raw itock to the the Hawaiian Itlandt, in th next -. ceding artielet
refiner t thus increased cent, per pound. The : of thit convention, and at aa eqaivaleat tbrof. tb
neceesilies of the trade require him to distribute i t- nited Statet of America berrby agree to admit all
th articles named in th fallowing schedule, Ihe lame
being the growth, maauftetur or product of the
llaaaiian Itlandt, in all tarn of th Uniud Slate
j free of doty.
Mr. Owwa. Director ef tb South Ktwtingto Mase
' sij. .:ert. 'is rr.Iaie:-
KicaJkrid. Staff crdshire. to-day, by which Uuty
-Tb Tnret' sTtshtag
Strw Toax Fr retry JStfc
ktW .recta khW
a Prataaeat Gra.l atxifyiag th latter ef hit advent
to th Spaawkjlhroae hat km reeetved by th Spta
a Maaatta-. Th Cag iwqaattt th "inilial to
htatr kia with ka nt ibii
Go vera meat dispatch wen received vetrttrday
'"aa Madrid tatt.aroag the faal tigaarar f Use
karats af rattl I af the Tgpaia laastita, aad it
la arahabl taat th tew Govern aaat ' fT.
Pabb, Ft. SSL A rag Mat took plae ia th
-day tb irgaaawlliB af tb Sawate.
ad Oahtaaa The vat ttoad 4XZ agaiatt 151 ia
f raw i ni.l'y atjaaaatisg taa raauiaiag Ti
Baaalirt. The (aaaa tiarmg th likati were excit-
iag tee E-etr .-...-., a:
taa Baa '.: -,
r iwarday taaBw pawawd th
i f taa Statat by a vat af
the American Government, at tb House of
Commons it ia Kngland. Of the 163 Democrats
in lb Bowse, no lea I baa 5 were ex-rebel of
ficer io Ibe late civil war. There is every pros
pect that thU element, if united, frill mak
warm work for the administration ; and it will re
quire as sirewj inaxoMvriog and tactics, on ibe
"- part of General Grant and bis canet, to manage
tatraTI PP,n fort in ibe kkpsjatire Ball, a rt
cid oo tte balUe-fiekl
this, io hit telling price, chiefly between bis re
fined white and his syrup ; in other words, it
will be apt to enhance hit price for white refined
nearly one cent, per pound. Upon thit condition
of Ihe general market supervenes the Hawaiian
Reciprocity treaty, removing all import dnty
from the sugars of tbe Island Kingdom. In the
absence of any disturbing cause ihe removal of
the duty ought to inure to the benefit of the
consumer of ihe sugars. Tbev wonld he H.lirar.
... - tissu ana ail omer ucrrnnen mean, mean or
rum., run tueaper. ana ne : ic ' 1 ur rDr graaes oi sugar rrom the Haw. nan I -
would put out hit refined rarodnet nmnnrim.. I "d kn,w in rkett of Saa Francitco
a I " -- B-fa HvuBttr-
ly cheaper. But the California refiner, like the
Frails, nU knd vgrtb!ea, dried aad andried,
preserved and napreierved,
Hides aad tkiat, undressed,
Seedt. plants, shrubs, tract.
Browa and all other orcflaed t a gars
pwetaatj eoacerned were
hqaor. A gentleman who
toor oo Maui, attaia -a
Tb. Frv:.i AHtci',
i to Ml.
Th rtataat vaht aa tb WaTasB bin khowt tawCow- 1
Brewtvrwitakdaat.iiilj wftba aaapat tarar it, aad
He. Th Maaaiaiksta an liltiaiaad to hav tjkar .
a Bhiwa r war, bat dt 1 llltlll bar fteatad .
twl llli Thr- btliiT. . P.,aMk ilsa ataaj 'Hirft nlBtrWatimi
iwwaw. , ooly oSceri who
T prmmt 1 Bill I to Knag Virtm Ta 1 1 I bv
Bil liHiiiill, aaratt Bltaaiia f Ba Tatar rktwr j J
th (lt.iiaait iarstaa f n iHtaTrf taa work. aad
a survey aaator Oi aaaal ii n 1 1 af it wg WaaaW.
Thb detail of ike borribie murder perpetrated
is a tirankeo row at Hamakoa. Hawaii, ought to
awaken alleotioc to the question whether some
thing caaaot be done to it ay intemperance among
the native population. Il it but a thort time
foe we chrooicied a murder committed io Hon,
Hawaii, in which tbe
BBBBf :U :r.:e::ce ol
lately returned from a
it oa the inrrnii oa that
uisxd. aad that nan re men and women spend their
earninc to indulge ia drankeo rn iiaaal Can
tki ttat of tairajt be meoded aad tbe teodeocy
to f-if HiuB tad drBBkMBBBi be cJVecked ?-
bow tit great qaaatioa to be tolvad. The police
eaa do littla, un.es. ttataioed by too higher io
aathority, by jadge. govaroon aad by Ibe gov -
In BOBaB iratkBce which wa
might aaaae, tbe iiifiaettee aad ezaapi. of taose
B aajtBOrity if eaearly io favor of tb inniaat of
taa accsrted view. Until tkwr ia a change in
laav-atil tke goseroavent can realise the itv
Bt9rl itaal to eteei tie srrei: rf
aak of rum, by appointing
Birce the laws aod psriakk
aB wiatttttMB. it ia raio to talk of imorcvinf the
am. bmtbV with their
. v-;:. increiii an:
wwaa off tka raaaa at that reataiaa of oar
Jwrigioal rac. Frieod of Hawaii ! Can Botk
iag ba taaaa to atoy taa great carte ?
California manafactnrer of whatever other tort
u " protected- by the rate of freight which tbe
competing product from the Eastern State mutt
pay before il can come into compeu'tion with hit
own. Tbe pnee of California refined sugars
heretofore ba been made by tbe Eastern price,
with freight added, tod, at the faetort that go to
taake up the sitoalioa as to competition, will re
main without change after the adoptioo of ibe
Hawaiian treaty, it follow that the Califoniia
refiner will be under no obligation to let go his
product at anything below tbe competing price
from tbe East as enhanced by the increased tariff
that will be in force in that quarter. Further,
the highest price taat taa Hawaiian grower can
exact from tbe California refiner Is defined by tbe
higbeat pnee that he eaa obtain from aay other
quarter, which is, ia fact, the price that he ran ak.
tain from Australia. That mice h.. ki.t aa ! ' nd bolts ;
the rate tbat California refiner, have bad to par and ! "tl J! m"f" "bad ud
a.!.,.; a . . , JS.' ' "!'' "a .wb oved. aiu.
wj u tana leapaiauoa. It ; paintaM, or p noted j
and Portland as Sandwich Island ineart :
Sirups of tugar-cane, melado and molassej,
Akv. 2. For aad la coaiideratioa of th rights
ud pritilef granted by the Tnitad Statat of Amer
ica in the preceding article of Ibis convent! .u, aad at
aa tqtivaleat thereof, His Majesty, th King of th
Hawaiiaa Iilaadi, agree to admit all th article
named in the following schedule, the tame being tb
growth, manufacture, or product of the United States
of America, into all ports of th Hawaiian Islands
free of daly.
Agricultural impleatatt, animals.
Beef, bacon, pork, haa, aad all fresh
preserved aeau :
Boots aad ihoet ;
Grain, tear, aeal, bran, aad braadstast of all
Bricks, ateaa and eetaent
Bauer, cheese, lard, tallow,
Naval ttoret, iceiodiog tar, pitch, rotia, turpentine.
iw ..a loiisei, copper ana er mpoticiou tneetmr :
cents per pound, equal to 3,TT0,(XX) per year, which
under onr present financial condition, is more tban
the Government can properly sacrifice for Ihe bene
fit of foreign people, particularly as tbat amount
will hare to be made good by tbe Imposition of
taxes upon our own people. Sugar can grow wiib
great Inxuriance at an altitude of 3,000 feet lu tbe
Sandwich Islands and Is an indigenous plant If
the whole ana susceptible ot being cultivated with
tugar cane were laid nnder contrlbntioc for tbat
purpose, and in the event of reciprocity inch wonld
! be tbe result, the annual yield would conaiderably
j surpate one hundred and fifty million pound.
Even now the Island planter produce and send to
our market sugars rating from 17 to IB, Dutch stand
ard, which are at good aa our own tecond grade re
fined lugara; aud although tbey are not tillered
through charcoal are to superior that we cannot
crrmpele with them except by means of onr higher
grades. It has been tbe policy of our Government
lo furnish a reasonable degree of protection to do
mestic industries, manufacturing, products of the
oil, beet sugar, etc., and wc truat tbe ugar Inter
est of tbe country will not be made an exception.
It Is evident tbat the production of sugar, dnty free,
a greater portion of which wonld be forced on the
Eastern market, could not fail to work Injuriously
againat the interests of Eastern refiners, and South
ern planters as well as those of Pacific Cott refi
ners. Should tbe coBSidcration of overshadowing
national requirements render it polllic to sanction
reciprocity we earnestly trust the treaty will be to
rramed aa to exclude from importation dnty free all
togars of higher grade than thirteen, Dntcb stand
ard, especially as tuch interdict could not work
prejudicially to the planter of Hawaii. Il U ob
vloos to u tbat tbe adoption of the reciprocity
without aucb reatrlclion would dettroy Ibe mol
important interest of this Coast, and at the Eatl.
which represent millions of capital and give em
ployment tn thousand of skilled workmen, an event
which would prove a aeriona impediment to soch
industries. Hawaiian producers woald have us
completely at their mercy, and Ihe great body of
American consumer would be compelled to pay
more for an article of absolute necettiiy.
Trusting that tbia presentation ol facia will re
ceive Ibe attention they merit at yonr honorable
banda, we sre moat respectfully your obedient
H . HACKFELD fc CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
On go gtrft, HoaolBlo, fl I. V-lj
v Vlva'H hvvn. .U All Italian 1 IImIp,
On Wednesday tbe 17th of March, 18715,
AU th he til. llUfanil Intrmtof th h n :... Maviktil
In anil tu thr following latHta. vli :
All fafcnt plm or fmrr. of land nmld mt
thr corner of Iim-h-howl triet nit Qnfn , In lloriolnlu.
u cttroprtBM in I- ( 'mmnawi,n Awkrri Xa lV on whh-h
Ihcrv in n Laws1 tr-M.." bulldlnf and other li-.n- v
AIo all Hint
OMiUiltilutr 5 BtnU aU
Awanl No 7S7. on
wDole nutijfcl U a iiiiirttfatct' nf -?i.tJ with intereL
Alaaa nil ttant tmri of n waiuMteti tn .
alley, tt.m ininar rz t--tiM aTv, Mni lnrt I.
IHvWun 1. t.f the lands .vtuprtwr-4 In awanl H.tr.
Alao. a ihnl Irnrt or laad Jluat-.! in Mmnc
VahUxr. CDtiimlalnff " m iko arivw. helnc part 2. iVrtion I,
IMrMitn I, txniprLbe1 tn the aixive nientkiieI aw ant
AU of the above mentloneat lar..-t are belt, br the
i i iiji . i , . .hn.i.i. tor me term or rter naturaj HIV.
Al-Mk. All thr nj.i. tilk mid Intern, of tha
aaid John Meek. Jr.. tu and to that pan-el of land -vltuate.1
on Kinr Street, lloiuilulu. via: i onttoeoelna; on the Vjmt
atde by John Meek, and Kekaaktia s landa. aa ilea, rtbe.1 in
MMI Intent N. lkn, 0 th fr,.nt of Kmc mrt. on thm
S. W. M by a line paraJlel U) Ihe iand of J. Kara, aa .If
acribesl tn Mkl ,-ienl, about M feet tnrhea from John
Meek I Un.l and runntna ttir..nsh n MutW -atrt-.-t bar.tb.
er wtth ai; the huttillnaja. and appurtaiaJar thtreunu. t- aaJl I'Rl 1l o Rr Of
loriClllaT. IlnnCa t i lrrate In
AIo. Mil thr rltrhl Clllr mm lalrrrat f Nth M I L1RBBKT My I
the ilefen.l-w.ti in and tu that tract nf land uiimtt -t on Uueen
rtthftl tn Ko.tal latent .No it.', avud '-
Uk tat DAY ml af
in .! pema.n and areoont-, aaf rltart
eainl niarjr then ami there vm avX rmmm. V bm
: they tvava. why U mumm omM mm few j i , mmt mm
P ' v n.i KhAi (AM .rrtaar. law UaW ft -aatajai BBaBaai
Inrc'Mff. be piMKhesl to rtw - f gn wmm Tiir tii-ij
k-M.koa, - - - a-aaa
atarpwtaaara waaa iiiiliami aa nm -trea.
rniiip JT net.
f r three
apptilnted for tajM.t I
latel at Ha.na.aaia. H. L.
a. o. mm a.
ttet lm - f he
J-- K hull, Dtfa. iter -arp c
St. aw il
ii fath-'tu and feet
AIo. .tl thr rihf llllr aad latrrrt ,.f .a.,
aid defen.taiiU In and to thai ptet-e of Uml atnall In
Matinalua, aa dearrtbeil tn Royal latent 2fe 3U cooLaiu
ln t acrea and : taa,
Hi-Jo. nil thr rlhl 11119 iMtrre-al of ladh
defendant, in and to all tbr pajrela of land tltuateil in
Moavnaju.!. and ilearrlt-d in Rural Iatent 30T3 aod
Award M. and rantainln 4 acrea ami ii-iou. conartlu ..f
- apauta or plrrea.
I'nlraa tai. jiHlcmrnl, InterMt, roitt. e
iren ana rtimnilMilui he prevbuialy
All the anrveya. ar., and any lnAnxaation can ba obtain-
rilt 9MJkW AMWAM
mmtmn mt mm awtMi
mkt-a. r'Tm 'fat. Hrec. lam
attw saaaaat ' rwaia Oaaa.
Uonoluln. rrb. II. UTi.
W. 0 PARKK. Marshal
Auction Sale at Hilo, Haw.
May 8th, 1875.
nv; KWQIWE LATHE A.D TOOLS,
wLF One Horte-powrr,
foUows tbat tbe Hawaiian pUntert cannot compel
tbe CeJifoenia re finer to pay aay more for bit innra
than heretofore ; aad eooaeqnerrtly, If the planters
bouid continue to produce tbefr tBtrart la the
grade of refininar raws, tbe whole amonnt of the
import duty heretofore levied, together with the
new increase, woald nod itt way Iato tbe pocket
of California refiner. But tbe planters may meet
the sitattioa by tar fear a aaaeh aa they please of
tbeir logart into frocery trade," which embrace
la so-carfed exftee rtsrara aavl a aoe grades as can
be made abort of crashed white. It is apparent
tbat Hhj afajeaty got ahead of tke State aad Treasury
Departments, who were mated by tb following
aeamuoB : - orown and all other unrefined in girt
meaning thereby tbe grades of tagar from tbe
Hawaiian Islands and known ia tbe mart era r,f a,
Ergi, fiib, aad ovtUn. tad all otbtjr ertaiatw
living in th water .
Praiu, aata, aad vegetables, green, dried or andried,
preserved or kapreeerved,
Hardware, bidet ; fart, ikint aad pelts, druettj
Heep-iroa, aaa aad hoftt, taeka, bed-tpriagi, iron
aad steel, aad aatfiilain tkertef,
Lnmber aad timber af all kinds, mead, hawed,
tawed aad aanafactarad ia whale er ia part;
Machinery ef aU kiads ; tngintM and prt Uwreof ;
Paper, atatiaaary aad books, aad all maaafaetar
cf rsttr tr -.f racer and aattal i
Oa ataaaaea PataB.
Ste rarer Shaftmt,
Ha It inrb Iron Pnllera,
Two arrmart ha ail Oaatrtraeal aTaihhl.
A Lot of Foundry ataterku.
Oae DWEUSSO HOl'Set aod LEASE OF I.AM'
The above arm be eoid u Aeetton oa the Ith of May next.
In the town of Hilo Wht. LIIK1ATK. Admlnurtralor
Eatate of H. MrXabbat.
Hilo. Kareh 10th, ltTS. tat 7t
FOUNTAIN SALOON RESTAURANT!
J. W. CB0WELL, PnopaiEToa,
Xo. 65 Fort street, opposite h. L. Cbase'a
Lunch a lea Cream Room for Ladies.
pm Th, abor tal it POSTPONED for Tao
Weeki from lb 17th inttant. W. C. PARKR
Honolale. March 17. 1874. Marshal
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate !
i Mas. rfrias t?y xVSLnzgmt
xtxr Hen I barl.s f. Harris vice liurrilnr ot tlaaKaali.
ilum, 1 shall aril al rMltUe Aneuon on Uie atrna at ihe ilu r
ef the iHivrrnment Hon, Hn.Julu,on
Saturday, the 27th day or March, 1873 !
AT 1 J O'CLOCK, . .. n .
niVWTLT, All that rami f Laatl .ItoaUd hj
Manrat .!ler, laland ..f Oaho. i-aalalnbi ahoal IB II In
V lili - rV. T . . 'nr'lnu" Wrl.air.dr,,a.. hT
;llrd 1 llh of Ararat IMI. rtal, ra-
ronled. wUlrh parrel of lanrl a bounded aa full.. at
. .ni.ni.iii wia auaui ire marked .
makal erhte of Walakaakna Hlream.
errmrrof Uils land, anrl runnltax south -U I
5 ." , ! !andmnr.l br KaJama to top of Akaka
....... . .. ...... ...i Hip rn saKi ri.iafr. maiika ''bain,
lh, north J rl It rllalrat M S-ll feet down U. Krlkui
Tr. ruarkl . sundln br Walakrakua siraru U,
ion, do-nd. i,i , ih. o,,.c1, NN
Tt" hove mrnlloaed plrer of land contain,
tome valnahle TARO PATt HEM. w, m Ur fr
Sf", Partaa-tataartjr Ul. rr.1 M ('href.' M tZTLfUg.
All thai Plae af Laatl,
Sllnatrd on ll. r. tenia ttrv-rt. Hoeolnla nrar the nlalna
eomm.netnr at makal a rat corner of Oovrrnm.nt Lai v..
"" f "V B-reeuia .treat, ronalrr, L,u
'I,1?'1;0 r'" "on said road u. rrkal w-al rr
of Lot No 117 paldlntt s . Uu-iuv north 1 1 , u
frrt alon said U,t 117 to U meuka ..itlr,,, -north
T IV srrat. Sen fret lo maun. 'MZZl SZZ,
Lotus; tbreee teeth li ta- S wTt Sim, SZTl
NIlTK -The above mrnUoned ptsec of land a aiuatrd
on Hereana nxeet, near Ita jaoeilon wllh AUrV.TraT,
d rraruin. ibra. dratrabk, BBtatakB U.u. mSSkfmmZSi
rert AU of the lota command a noble view of th.
and ther will be nld trparatrtj .1 UI-,t Br!., (,f VTlT
-r In one M aa mar be aIred,M u'jJS
TO TTIE HlOIIian' BIDDEB tor cash.
IWds at parrhaasr', rip. oae. The BUa ta parfert and
Intendin purr la-rt me rjat the dtwto. an.r,J,tao Z
" j iriuiaaiiiin, wiinn.it
mm r. U HAI.UIK.I.N
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MELKKI KK, aa J ama Kmmm. I
anrrrrs ka ate. to la. altawa 0 3BS.
talf with tSJMl at. ttat tatu BBkt Bat
lb. p.rwns tb.rrta rsak.
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kria. la th. ( nan II..
at H.aikite. kaaa. aa.l
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ll.n and Ihrra appaar aad aa aaaae, fataaas.
whr ihe ate. sheets art ka sfreea. mm mm, aeaaawtaat.
dersc at sa wbo ar. ...OO I a la. wat aula aai aaa
that tht. ..r.t-r a th. raattaah t '- "j -
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a u it mm
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. . i ...win . rati., aataaai vae
earta. or Ma rvspntr. trr Bwa :
ti. Aiian. rns.rj.am i af Baa
NATTIAWIKt w. TtLLEWT
m.awrtttn. amwr wr.bln rw.,
T.rm tb.r..,f. la ha k tltte a I. ,l I
twhe. oa MOM DAY uta Ma tare- mt JCLV aaaa
"S':"-- r reaaa. mj Claawc I
ad meet paraaaat a tha ttaae of thaar etataaZaM
And roe art Jee
ad ropr of tha writ
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or eftttea af tb. tat It. w Tathta m tat JmrnZmmTZ
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ate or a hark uta tea eaaaaeaa aa aaaa taa -
th. Matjatret. ar JaMtra terra
to b- earn, in ia- in UV aa mm aata J a .. i
lake th dsaaeaawat ef Bht aetata aa awaaaaaew. tea
nak. aa-h ..rd.r ar mar t- etwfate m the mm
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tkaawStS? kkats aa ant, .tat a .aaa. a!
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Arlmitiatiaair de rami, non, wltb the wui o,
Tbrv.phUns llrtralf. ft-L.
C. a BAUTnw, Aeetloeeer. w
Notice to Creditors.
I IHE MATTER OF THE r stats
f JOHN MEEK, lata of U.b.UU. deaeatj
Jon."-!!1 h S "j!!" TorwIaU
John Mk baring ba ordered by th flaprat.
Coert, end Utter. TetUaentarv issued m rk. !
mm .0,h.Jg,hd.T TZZtlttZz
hrb7 (irra to all Creditor of tk. -id a -T
portatne. of to 0rdr of tb said Coart, te prte-nt
thr elairai, dnly aath.etkntled, with the iawwZr
rooeben. if anv axi.t a .vl . fr"lv
. - .aw claim O.
by Bkaaaj real artel, to the .nd.rtisr.al alhi.
(Se. No. 8 Kaabnaann .treat. Hoatalala. with.a tix
month froa Bha date. olb.r..- ,h ,i Jl a 'lx
- . - ww mr., ar
Hotice of Sale of HortjrBarefl
VTiu: itt mkbcbtw en.
dal PUDAY the 1Mb 4ar mt MAMA tL taVJaVal a
a at th. rnen ejaea. sa Waaaaa. tBatwa my -lav
ia th kaeeat af Bka at, a I . I apanaa
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kdeirr Atasmhty apas.iaahe aaa taw ef Jkaw aSa
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itai af aaa aaaa. saw tawtaate. taa - :
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tfaJI THE EVEWlwo
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Honolole, Mreh 10th, 1S7S,
JOHN' II. CONEY
Executor ed iaUrim.
.' Jl .? Jatv aw. Sat aa
T o. aa. a aaa j aeeaaataaa jmmr. taa a
Fiascaco and Portland aa Sandwich Island aosrara
J--. 1 s-i-a.- car... e.do it-1 rsolasaea.
I ITrlBillB at 1 1 laid"
aaowt the ptirpcae of the
i to praatrve tbe Saa Wraardaco
aad al etlt for Inbrieatiar and Ulataiaat-
PUnU, thrab. tract aad aaaa.
6aaar, red Bed or earefaed ;
Weal, aad atnnfett.it. of weed ether tBaa ready,
ad ctetatag ;
Wajea, earta for taw taiptaa ef aprketjltaua aad
Weed aad m oaafaetsra of wood aad metal, txeept
THE REV. E. T. DOANE
WTD gir, htt geeood
BM H:,r. rr ,f
a.-.. K.vrv tat W.r.-arr'c
At tha Lyceum, at 7 1-2 o'clock.
The Aisdisaa wJ ba tiLHs wWat rkwai.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OP EXFf'I
aa Itlandt acaintt J0HS H0BBS aad JOHI M
tb. ta"l Jo'kt't' "I of
rito.t tiB.7ba-L " " l" 'M'a tbetwea
KeatW Ml? AtJTT.MTT Ma
sitren ytb, lS7i.
tiyoLISH IE0N-8T0CK ANCHORS WEIOIIT
m-m una tea lot. te tare. IB. gn m, bT
6 B0LLE3 k
durto and to tha teal .f th. tatt aaaa af as ifeeati
. J,"".L.V 9-t- w- CWATTTllae- d
KLTTL ir '"' i7- ' aawaa'
I Dlnvator I s.t H..rsa- HartMta : ttai a Cwa tawkaS
taeedof IIeeSlf3 iiaaeiiSira
jgt i pi'asi'AjicB or A OBDBB OP
-XL.'" V"??,-n- hw Oe.etH.B at taa
'J ttaaai S15I I A BKA esD
I.ABD Or WAIABA 24 i
SiLaUd at W.imae. Isle, i of Ran.. .
acre., at the Cpeet Prate of S3 pm,
b ad. by p Q. fa.
T Iiatrtat, at tea tktee mj 4m Wmm.
f"n "f-T- WBMBanaT, aawaa Sa,
...L-l".'- 1"n,nim -Bar.ajf L.B-Cii.r.
P. NAHAOLJtLCA. I
. . af Albert 1
atwawiata. aarab tik. 1171 mm
rsrsaby MlABf m 94.